AFSCME Endorses David Crowley for State Assembly
"David has been a champion for labor throughout his career." said Jason Sidener.
Milwaukee, WI – David Crowley, candidate for the Democratic nomination in Wisconsin’s State Assembly District 17, is honored to announce the endorsement of his campaign by AFSCME.
“David has been a champion for labor throughout his career. While we have endured attacks on working families over the past few years, we know that the tide will turn,” said Jason Sidener. “Leaders such as David are answering this clarion call. We endorse his campaign and look for to his election.”
“I am proud to stand with the good people who are represented by AFSCME. They have fought time and again for working class families. In Wisconsin we need organizations such as this to mitigate the growing levels of poverty in this state. I look forward to working with AFSCME to and I am ecstatic to have their support.” commented David following the endorsement.
David Crowley is a long time resident of the 17th District, ACLU board member, and Policy Director for State Senator Nikiya Harris Dodd. The primary election is August 9th, 2016.
David Crowley for State Assembly District 17
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